It is one of the most beautiful destinations in the United States and it feels like it is on the other side of the world, at a distance from New England. From next spring you can make a non-stop trip.
Hawaiian Airlines announced this week that on April 4 they will start a non-stop service of five days a week from Boston to Honolulu.
From the inaugural flight on Thursday, April 4, Hawaiian Airlines leaves Flight 90 daily from Honolulu, but Tuesday and Wednesday at 13:45. and arrive at Logan Airport the next morning at 6:00 pm.
Flight 89, which will debut Friday, April 5, leaves Logan Airport every day, but Wednesday and Thursday between 8:00 and 9:00 and arrives in Hawaii the same day at 2:00 PM.
The airline said the arrival time gives guests time to settle in their accommodation and relax with a Hawaiian sunset, or connect with Kaua & i, Maui or the other islands of Hawaii.
Boston is the largest US market without a non-stop service to Hawaii, with almost 500 people flying between eastern New England and the islands on a random day, according to the airline.
"Honolulu will be Logan's 76th non-stop domestic destination, and with New Englanders coming off a long winter, the start date of this flight is worth the wait," said cMassport CEO Thomas Glynn.
At 5,095 miles, the Logan Airport from Hawaiian to the Honolulu route becomes the longest regularly planned domestic route in American history, the airline said.
The announcement comes as the aviation competition in Hawaii increases. Southwest Airlines has launched the service of several west coast cities in Hawaii and JetBlue, which has long been a partner of Hawaiian Airlines, has long been of the opinion that flights to the islands are concerned.